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Trinity College of Florida (www.trinitycollege.edu) is seeking a Professor to chair the Business Organizational Leadership Department. Mission Statement; "Trinity provides a Biblically-centered education, equipping servant leaders for life and career opportunities." If you want to get involved in building relationships that transform students’ perspective on God, the world, and their role in it we invite you to contact us.
A letter of interest that also describes how your experience fulfills the Personal and Professional expectations below.
Transcripts from all graduate schools
List any licenses or certifications
Describe your faith in conversational language
Four paragraph statement on how you integrate your Biblical worldview into your teaching
A short essay explaining your definition of “Student-Centered Learning.”
Describe your current involvement in your local church
Names of four to five references that include your pastor, former employers, coworkers, etc. Please provide phone numbers, email addresses and the nature of your relationship.
Our Spiritual and Educational Culture
Trinity College of Florida was founded in 1932 by W.T. Watson, who had a vision for training men and women for ministry by equipping them with a thorough knowledge of the English Bible. Throughout our 85 year history that commitment to Bible teaching has been woven into every degree program Trinity offers. God has blessed Trinity with a diverse student body and a common desire to serve Christ in whatever ministerial or professional setting He provides.
The Business Organizational Leadership Department, along with our Counseling Psychology and Ministry Training Programs, serves both our Traditional and our Degree Completion Programs. Besides teaching courses in the Traditional Program, the candidate is expected to teach in The Degree Completion Program (Quest) which is held in the evenings on a five-week, 4 hr/class session basis.
Personal integrity coupled with a love and enjoyment of people
Experience and skill in communicating to adult students from a variety of ages, interests and ethnic backgrounds
Passion for collaborating with other professors in making his/her department, and Trinity College as a whole, the best it can be.
Teaching at Trinity College requires a high level of competence, maturity, and experience inside and outside of the classroom. Department chairpersons are expected to hold the terminal degree in their field, which in most cases is the earned doctorate (Ph.D., Ed. D., or D. Min.) from a regionally accredited institution.
Responsibilities of Academic Department Chairpersons
A full-time professor will be responsible for teaching 12-15 credit hours per semester in the traditional, degree completion and online formats as well as assist in recruiting new students to the department.
The Department Chairperson will also be responsible for overseeing the curriculum design and teaching practices within the BOL department. That involves the following activities:
Initiating course/curricular design and improvement.
Conduct ongoing assessment and planning for improvements within the department on an annual basis and make reports to the Assessment and Planning Committee.
Participating with the Vice President of Academic Affairs in the discovery, vetting, and interviewing of potential faculty within the department.
Annual evaluation of adjunct professors with five years or less teaching experience and the biannual evaluation of adjunct professors with more than five years of teaching experience.
Participate in various faculty committees guiding the academic arena of the college.
Additional Salary Information: Health and life insurance for the employee, as well as a 401K program, is included.
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About Trinity College of Florida
Though Dr. Billy Graham is the college's most famous graduate, he is but one of many in the past years who have gone on from the college to serve the Lord all over the world and in many different roles. Originally focused on training pastors and missionaries, the college has expanded its course offerings over the years to include Worship Ministry, Youth Ministry, Advanced Theological Studies, Elementary Education, Psychology, General Studies, and Business Organizational Leadership. In 1999 the college also added an evening degree completion program, called Trinity Quest. This program offers the Ministry, Psychology, and Business Organizational Leadership degrees enabling those with families and careers to benefit from a Trinity education. More recently these degree programs have added the online format for convenience to busy students.